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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-11 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

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69957 tokens ‧ 51652 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7277 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.261%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-11[edit]

  1. collagelike
    • 2007 August 11, Martha Schwendener, “Three Contemporaries, Each With a Different Way to View the Past”, New York Times:
      Mr. Kaphar borrows the museum-mining techniques of Fred Wilson, and his classical-painting roots call to mind Kerry James Marshall and Kehinde Wiley, but he is adept at juxtaposing his sources in collagelike fashion.
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  2. countereffort
  3. dramaturgical
  4. glinty
    • 2007 August 11, Charles Isherwood, “A Prayerful Three-Pointer From the Orchestra Pit”, New York Times:
      What followers really need to know is that John Jeffrey Martin, who plays Troy, the captain of the basketball team who discovers his inner drama geek, sings well and is very cute, with a nice smile and glinty blue eyes.
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  5. indecisions
  6. jirga
    • 2007 August 11, Carlotta Gall, “Pakistani Leader to Attend Afghan Tribal Gathering”, New York Times:
      The jirga, a meeting of tribal elders and political leaders that is to end this weekend, is President Karzai’s main political initiative this year, and was agreed to when General Musharraf and Mr. Karzai met with President Bush in Washington last September.
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  7. lefthand
    • 2007 August 11, Martha Schwendener, “Three Contemporaries, Each With a Different Way to View the Past”, New York Times:
      A figure has been cut out of the lower lefthand corner of the Medina painting, and Belley, a Senegalese-born former slave elected to the 1793 National Convention in Paris, has been inverted so that he now faces Drummond, a white man.
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  8. miniboom
  9. mutawa
    • 2007 August 11, Reuters, “8 Shiites Say Saudi Religious Police Beat Them”, New York Times:
      The eight male pilgrims, all of Iraqi descent, said they had been beaten and detained overnight on Sunday by the Saudi mutawa, the religious police, because of their nationalities and the fact they were holding Shiite-style prayers.
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  10. peppily
    • 2007 August 11, Charles Isherwood, “A Prayerful Three-Pointer From the Orchestra Pit”, New York Times:
      Anyway, the stage version, peppily directed by Jeff Calhoun (who staged and choreographed the last Broadway revival of “Grease”) and with a book by David Simpatico (based on the Peter Barsocchini teleplay), includes all the infectious songs from the movie, in virtually the same order, as well as two new ones.
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  11. prevacation
    • 2007 August 11, “Energy Surge”, New York Times:
      Buried in the rancor and confusion of the House’s prevacation windup last week was final passage of an energy bill aimed at moving the country toward a cleaner and more secure energy future.
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  12. relinking
  13. robodisco
  14. semisecret
    • 2007 August 11, Eric Konigsberg, “A Hamptons Barbecue, Aglow With Star Power”, New York Times:
      As for the Southside employed at the National Golf Links in Southampton — a semisecret concoction of sugar, mint and lime, typically mixed in a sterling shaker with vodka or rum — well, it did not strike Mrs. Bancroft as an appropriate marinade, but she knew it was not up to her.
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  15. shiraz
    • 2007 August 11, Michael Wilson, “A Neighborhood Fixture Faces an Uncertain Future”, New York Times:
      Many regard it the best in the city, whether for a quick stop for a bottle of throw-down shiraz on the way home or for something more specialized, like Isaiah Morgan rye whiskey from West Virginia, or absinthe fountains with little spigots, or that jar of corn liquor that burns the throat just to look at.
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  16. tweenage
    • 2007 August 11, Charles Isherwood, “A Prayerful Three-Pointer From the Orchestra Pit”, New York Times:
      What began as a mere made-for-television movie (on the Disney Channel, yet) has grown quickly into an international phenomenon both commercial and spiritual, at least for tweenage youngsters (mostly girls).
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  17. unestablished

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